BIGGA Soft Drinks, the carbonated soft drink which is 100% made in Jamaica, unlike the competition.
20 oz. of Flava in every BIGGA container.
From Essex Exports
'BIGGA BETTA BADDA AND NUFF MORE FLAVA'
|10 Fantastic Flavours
sweetened with Natural Cane Sugar:
Jamaica Kola (cola champagne)
|5 Diet Flavours
sweetened with Splenda, a sugar derivative:
Deerfield Beach, Florida -- Arriving soon to a supermarket near you: BIGGA, a Jamaica made soft drink of all natural ingredients. For the past year and a half, BIGGA has been satisfying the taste buds and quenching the thirst of millions of people throughout Jamaica, United Kingdom and the Cayman Islands. BIGGA is made with pure sugar cane and naturally filtered water making it a healthier alternative to other soft drink brands currently available. There are ten carbonated BIGGA flavors that range from grape, cola, orange, pink lemonade and fruit punch to island favorites such as kola champagne, passion fruit, ginger beer, pineapple and grapefruit. A diet BIGGA line of soft drinks sweetened with Splenda, a sugar derivative, were added at the end of 1998.
Made in Jamaica, BIGGA is a product of The Jamaica Drink Company Limited, the newest venture of the 80 year old Jamaica based Wisynco Group. Due to BIGGA's overwhelming success in its current markets, BIGGA will be making its debut in the Florida, Houston, Los Angeles, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia before expanding to other areas.
Since its introduction, The Jamaica Drink Company Limited has doubled its output capacity to keep up with the demand of producing 200,000 cases of BIGGA per month. Kevin Mahfood, Vice President of Essex Exports, the company responsible for bringing BIGGA to the United States said, "We know the people of the United States will love BIGGA as much as the people of Jamaica. It is a great tasting, all natural soda with so many flavors to choose from you will never get bored of the taste."
"BIGGA is a burst of Bold Flavors that delivers to its free-spirited consumers an outlet for expressing their true independence."
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